1. Omega-3 fatty acids. You thought you could only get omega-3s through salmon and flaxseeds. You’ll be delighted to know that according to Mother Earth Living, the omega-3 fatty acids in purslane function as fuel for the brain, a preventative for heart attack and a treatment for depression.
2. Antioxidants. Mother Earth Living says the plant is chock-full of antioxidants, which delay cell damage and slow aging.
3. Calcium and magnesium. Eat purslane to maintain healthy bones, teeth and muscles.
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